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Eight years ago, a truck driver parked at a travel center near Detroit made a phone call that changed a life.
“I pulled into a truck stop about midnight,” Willis Wolfswinkel remembered. “Getting my log book done. Had two girls knock on my door. And I waved them on ‘cause I knew what they were looking for.”
Something about those girls bothered Wolfswinkel. They looked young, so he called 911.
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